What is Telehealth?

TELEHEALTH BRINGS THE RIGHT HEALTHCARE TO PATIENTS WHERE AND WHEN THEY NEED IT

Today's Technology is Being Leveraged to:


Monitor patients' health status and behaviors remotely

Meet face to face with patients using video conferencing to have discussions and provide treatment

Obtain images for diagnostic purposes using specialized scopes and cameras

Capture, store and then forward images to remote providers who can make a diagnosis and provide treatment recommendations

Educate patients and providers through apps and video conferencing

Monitor the impact of patients' daily activities on their health status

Provide patients with tools to assist them in adopting behaviors to promote their health

What's New

Fierce Healthcare, August 13 2019

Telehealth use jumps at inpatient facilities while outpatient adoption remains flat: Survey

Telehealth adoption among hospitals and health systems is on the rise- up from 54% in 2014 to 85% in 2019, while adoption among outpatient healthcare facilities remains flat, according to two new reports.

mHealth Intelligence, August 13 2019

Care Coordination tech to drive social detereminants of healthcare

The Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) is partnering with Unite Us, a community care coordination platform, to build a statewide network of social and clinical services providers to address the social determinants of health

Home Healthcare News, August 11 2019

When it comes to telehealth reimbursement, "just start billing"

The use of remote patient monitoring (RPM) is becoming more common with in-home care providers, progress that is accelerating after CMS added new codes for such services. In the face of uncertainties on code application, one agency was told by them "Just start billing and we'll see how it goes"

Government Technology News, August 09 2019

Floria Deploys Telehealth Portals in 63 public schools

Florida recently announced the installation of telehealth portals in 63 public schools with a goal of providing mental health services to students still recovering from Hurricane Michael.

Becker's Hospital Review, August 09 2019

Dartmouth-Hitchcock unviels telemedicine ICU Unit

Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center launched its new telemedicine intensive care unit program to help extend care to critically ill patients at rural hospitals

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